Computer Sciences Dept.

Dan Gibson


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Updated 21 JANUARY 2008.

Many/most of these tutorials were originally written in fulfillment of my duties as a teaching assistant. Hence, their content may reference some Wisconsin-specific information, but they should be generally applicable with appropriate substitutions.

Tutorials and Examples

  • A brief tutorial on the MapReduce programming model here.
  • A guide to using Intel's Threading Building Blocks on a Linux platform, here.
  • A brief tutorial on how to set up automatic RSA authentication on two willing, networked machines here.
  • A guide to writing simple data-parallel programs, really intended as a syntax example focusing on pthreads and OpenMP here.

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